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The New York Giants (4-9), led by quarterback Daniel Jones, face the Dallas Cowboys (9-4), led by quarterback Dak Prescott, in Week 15 of the NFL regular season on Sunday, December 19, 2021 (12/19/21) at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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Here’s what you need to know:

What: NFL, Week 15

Who: Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants

When: Sunday, December 19, 2021

Where: MetLife Stadium

Time: 1 p.m. ET

TV: FOX (Local markets only)

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Live stream: fuboTV (free trial, local market only), NFL Sunday Ticket (out-of-market)




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A slumping Dak Prescott has become a danger to comfortable fourth-quarter leads for the Dallas Cowboys in the star quarterback’s first $40 million season.

A team long identified by offense can thank the defense for a three-game lead in the NFC East with four to go after a 27-20 victory at Washington. It was a second consecutive road victory that would have been easier with points instead of picks from Prescott late.

The 2016 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year has two sub-60 passer ratings in a four-game span for the first time in almost four years. His 3-3 record since returning from a calf injury probably would be worse without a defense led by this year’s emerging rookie star, linebacker Micah Parsons.

“We’ve created these high expectations and high standards and we have them for ourselves,” said Prescott, who is in the first year of a $160 million, four-year contract. “Just as much as the outside world isn’t pleased, we’re not. I guarantee we care a whole lot more than the outside world about what we’re doing.”

The Cowboys (9-4), who finish a three-game road set Sunday at the New York Giants, are headed to the playoffs barring a collapse. But the offense is going in the wrong direction.

A unit that led the NFL in points and yards per game when Prescott injured the calf in a 35-29 overtime win at New England has slumped to 11th in both categories in the six games since he returned. In his first six starts, Prescott had 16 touchdown passes, four interceptions and a 115.0 passer rating, Since then, those numbers are eight, six and 82.8.

A fourth-quarter interception in a 27-17 victory over New Orleans two games ago was merely an inconvenience. Prescott’s pick-6 Sunday gave Washington a realistic chance to finish a rally from a 27-8 deficit in the final five minutes.

“I wouldn’t say I’m concerned at all,” said running back Ezekiel Elliott, whose ailing right knee is part of the problem for the offense. “We knew it would be tough. We do have to play a lot better. We have to celebrate this win. We can’t be mad about a win.”

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